Please think of the safety of your neighbors. The city council asks all to remember not to discharge firearms within city limits. It is extremely dangerous. Property boundaries are close and shooting over those property boundaries should never occur. Anyone concerned or directly affected should contact the Linn County Sheriff immediately.
In accordance with the governor & the Missouri Dept of Health's orders, through at least the end of May, the park will remain closed in order to encourage social distancing.
With the country under a state of distress, the City of Meadville will not shut utilities off for unpaid accounts this month. Also, there will not be late fees assessed with the March bills, due on April 10th. Everyone be safe and stay healthy!
With the pandemic, Bobbi's office will be start operating off a reduced schedule beginning tomorrow, March 17. Please call before coming by to make sure the office is open. Payments can continue to be left in the lockbox outside Bobbi's office. You can reach Bobbi at 660.938.4033 or Tim at 660.591.6173.
Received from Rapid Removal this morning:
We are currently working on solutions to avoid any further issues regarding missed stops that were due to inclement weather and road conditions.
We suggest that if possible the residents bring their trash to the nearest hard surface road. We ask that they notify the office the day prior so that we can notify our drivers. We appreciate your patience while we do our best to get everyone caught up in a safe and timely manner.